IN 19TH CENTURY BRITAIN, Lavinia Huntington's husband seems to appreciate her lively intellect and is eager to expand his wife's education from nature studies to the bedroom arts. Lavinia absorbs all he has to teach and glories in the birth of their son.
IN 2IST CENTURY LOS ANGELES, Julia Huntington studies the human genome, seeking the origins of human emotion. As passionate about her marriage as she is about her life's work, Julia is delighted to discover that she is pregnant.
SEPARATED BY NEARLY 150 YEARS, Lavinia and Julia suffer the same shock when their men abandon them. Their powerful love becomes painful hate; their intense passion transforms into icy logic. The genes of the Huntington women have formed their emotions -- now their life experiences drive them to make decisions which they, and those they love, may not survive.
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